Quite often we receive letters of thanks from the people we help with the fund. We always keep beneficiaries identities confidential, even our Grant Panel does not know the names of those they help. Here are a couple of them.

A Veteran Beneficiary writes…

Dear Nigel

The plumber commenced installing the central heating system on Tuesday the 4th of September he worked 5 full days from 8:30 until 4:30 with a minimum of fuss and he completed the works on Saturday the 8th of September.

He pressure tested the system and there was one small leak that was repaired very quickly. The system was up and running with only one radiator requiring slight adjustment and once that was done everything was running smoothly.

The weather in my area has been very mild so I’ve only had the heating on in the evening for short periods but it seems to be working well and efficiently. As far as I can say I have no problems to report.

I must take this opportunity to thank you and the grant panel on the Nuclear Community Charity Fund

During the early part of this year, I did not know what to do, I had some savings but not enough to replace my boiler. I was faced with spending another winter with a defunct heating system that would not pass muster and had been condemned as dangerous by the Gas Board. I was really worried because it was unsafe no one would fix it if it stopped working, I didn’t really know what to do.

One day I arrived home and there was your Exposure magazine on my doormat, after reading through from cover to cover a glimmer of hope came over me so I wrote to you and the rest is history as they say.

So I take this opportunity and time again, to thank you and the Grant Panel for taking a great worry from my shoulders. I just didn’t know how I was going to get through this winter with the probability of a major breakdown but thanks to you and the Grant Panel that problem has gone away.

Thank you

A Veterans Wife writes…

Dear Sirs,

I can not begin to tell you how much a difference the mobility scooter has made to our lives. He had been almost completely housebound for the past two years as I really struggled to push a wheelchair. Now we are out and about and really enjoying ourselves!

Just simple things like going shopping together, being able to talk about what meals to get or choosing thins for the home together.

Thank you so much to the NCCF you will never know just how much a difference you have made for us.

Pen and Ink

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